State of Decay: Year One Survival Edition's core mechanics, characters and open world environment are still compelling, even with glitches and frame rate issues refusing to die two years later. Veterans may want to think twice before revisiting this undead nation.
Wolfenstein: The Old Blood is Tarantino-esque in its ambitions. It's messy, loud, kitschy and outright violent but a joy to experience despite the rough edges. Sure, it's not a sequel by any stretch but for a $19.99 expansion, it's length feels just right.
Though It still has its issues, especially with regards to the excessive grinding, RNG and shortage of content, Destiny's House of Wolves is a worthwhile experience for fans with interesting things to do and plenty of improvements over The Dark Below.